WILMINGTON, DE — DuPont spinoff Chemours has named Alvenia Scarborough as its next corporate communications and brand leader.

Scarborough is currently the chemical company’s senior director of corporate communications and brand marketing, and will formally become senior VP, corporate communications and chief brand officer on October 1. She will succeed retiring Erich Parker, a former DuPont comms leader who joined Chemours when it was spun off in 2015.

"Erich was a pivotal leader in the foundation of Chemours as an independent company, leading the creation of our brand logo, our distinctive voice, our corporate commitment to sustainability, and our strong culture,” said president and CEO Mark Vergnano. “This foundation will serve us for years to come."

In her new role, Scarborough will join the Chemours executive team, and will lead the company's communications strategy, with a focus on corporate narrative, growth priorities and corporate responsibility. Scarborough will also lead Chemours' philanthropy and community relations work.

Scarborough has more than two decades of communications experience with multinational companies, including Newell Rubbermaid, UPS and DuPont, where she spent three years before joining Chemours.

Vergnano added: “Alvenia has already made signification contributions to building our corporate reputation and business growth. I am look forward to her bringing her limitless passion and deep expertise to our leadership team and her new role leading our corporate communications and brand marketing efforts, elevating our people and the industry-leading solutions that make us a different kind of chemistry company,"